Business Analyst (fixed term)
What you'll be doing
Here's your chance to be involved in key projects that will drive major organisational change at a dynamic housing association with ambitious plans to grow and develop.
You will be responsible for providing business analysis across the project lifecycle, from building of business cases for change through to detailed scoping of requirements, and identifying 'to be' process changes and providing communications support. This is a varied role delivering critical change support across a range of projects in the organisation. Ability to work on multiple projects, communicate effectively with people from a non–project background, and be both flexible and meet timelines are key.
Who we need
You will bring experience of analysing requirements and implementing solutions along with your process mapping/modelling background. You will need the ability to draw information from others and use this to improve services and processes. You must be able to actively engage and communicate with key stakeholders at all levels.
Our customers are at the heart of everything we do. We believe they should be able to choose how they live in later life. This means listening carefully so we can shape our homes and services around their changing needs and concerns.
Who we are
Anchor Hanover Group is the largest provider of specialist housing and care for people in later life in England, employing more than 9,000 people throughout England. We provide more than 60,000 homes for older people, and are a trusted care provider with more than 100 care homes.
We know that quality services start with quality people. We work hard to be recognised as a leading employer and are committed to retaining and attracting the best in our industry.
At Anchor Hanover Group we believe in values. We are Accountable, Respectful, Courageous and Honest. We believe our people should be proud of the work they do making a difference to society and our customers.
What we offer
We believe in supporting you, and have a range of lifestyle benefits to ensure a good work–life balance, and a positive sense of wellbeing. Our attractive packages include:
26.5 days annual leave, excluding bank holidays (pro rata for part time staff)
Option to take up to 10 days unpaid leave per year (pro rata for part time staff)
Contributory pension scheme, with employer contributions and non–contributory life assurance
Family friendly policies, including enhanced maternity and paternity pay, and flexible working patterns
O2 and other discounts for staff
A commitment to growing you through training, professional qualification support and individual development plans
About the role
Location: to be confirmed, will require working out of multiple locations including Bradford & St Neots
Interview date: week commencing 25 February 2019, location to be confirmed
Contract: 12 month fixed term maternity cover
Anchor Hanover Group has been formed as part of a recent merger between Anchor Trust and Hanover Housing Association. As such Anchor Hanover Group is going through a period of organisational change and this position may be reviewed in 2019.
To find out more about our recent merger, please visit our website.